Teapots of Sheffield
Posted 2 years ago and submitted by Vicky Scott | Share link: http://illo.cc/92168

I’ve recently come up with a new design for my Sheffield Teapots range of illustrations. I wanted to create an entire range of designs that I could turn into different products, but also help me to get to know my new home city (I’ve only been in Sheffield 2 years) and the project just grew from there. The idea behind these designs was to take iconic and well loved places in Sheffield and disguise the buildings as teapots, as everyone loves a brew, particularly in Yorkshire! This design is based on Abbeydale Picture House, an Art Deco cinema on a bustling road into town. As an added twist I’ve taken the whole scene back in time to the 1920s so I could make the most of the wonderful fashions and fast cars!

It’s available in my Etsy shop as a print, card and coaster.

Vicky Scott
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Tel: 44 (0) 7742659923

I'm a freelance Illustrator from London, currently living in Sheffield. Over the last 15 years, I have worked on a diverse range of projects including Facebook advertising for Volk… Show more.

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Profile updated 30th November, 2022
Member since 14th July, 2010
Drench Art Award Finalist, selected as one of the London Elephant Parade Artists
Microsoft, Cheltenham Festivals, Slimming World,Radio Times, Volkswagen, Paperchase, Top Sante Magazine, Wakefield Council, Lewes & Eastbourne Council, The Postal Museum
Vicky is friendly and creative, and her style is bright, fun and very eye-catching. Working in stages from rough concept to finished art, she was open to feedback and willing to accommodate amends and a couple of extras along the way. It was an absolute pleasure working with her and hope I get the opportunity again in the near future.
— Yvey Bailey, Redactive